Centre College (Danville, Kentucky)
Founded in 1819, Centre College is a private institution that has been named as one of the top 50 national liberal arts colleges by U.S. News and World Report, and as one of the top 15 colleges/universities in the South by Forbes for seven years in a row. Of the 1,450-member student body, most are interested in pursuing careers in agritechnology, aviation and aerospace, digital media and interactive entertainment, life sciences and medical industries.
City College of New York (New York, New York)
Since its founding in 1847, City College of New York (CCNY) has been true to its legacy of access, opportunity and transformation. CCNY is as diverse, dynamic, and boldly visionary as the city itself. CCNY advances knowledge and critical thinking, and fosters research, creativity, and innovation across academic, artistic and professional disciplines. As a public institution with public purpose and a 170-year history, CCNY produces citizens who make an impact on the cultural, social, and economic vitality of New York, the nation and the world.
Clemson University (Clemson, South Carolina)
South Carolina’s highest-ranked national university is located at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains and surrounded by a lake and its own forest. A top-25 public university with a reputation for excellence, Clemson University provides a hands-on education — in the lab, in the arts and in the field. Academic programs lay the groundwork for innovative research, and real-world experiences carry forward to a rewarding career.
Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia)
Emory University is a private university that is known for its liberal arts colleges, graduate and professional schools and renowned healthcare system. The Emory University Career Center advises and assists undergraduate students with career decision-making, employment opportunities, academic programs and internships that will enhance their skill set. It also develops relationships with employers and graduate schools wishing to recruit students and alumni. The Career Center provides tools necessary for students to succeed through counseling, workshops, mock interviews, panels, employer recruiting and development, pre-professional advising, alumni relations, internships, self-assessment and career research.
Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne, Florida)
Florida Tech is a private, coeducational, residential, research-intensive, doctoral granting university located in Melbourne, FL. Known as “Florida’s STEM University”, Florida Tech offers more than 200 degree programs in Engineering, Science, Aeronautics, Business and Psychology/Liberal Arts.
Florida Polytechnic University (Lakeland, Florida)
Florida Poly was established on April 20, 2012 to advance the state’s economy by training a highly skilled technical workforce. We’ve established a name for ourselves as a university with a rigorous curriculum, advanced research equipment and a focus on solving industry problems with creative solutions.
George Washington University (District of Colombia)
George Washington University is a private, four-year university in the District of Colombia with a student population of 12,000 undergraduates and 12,000 graduates.
Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, Louisiana)
Discovering passion. Empowering success. Nestled within a scenic setting of lakes and oak trees, Louisiana State University (LSU) is ranked No. 65 among Kiplinger’s Top 100 Public Colleges, and is the highest-rated university in the state of Louisiana. With a convenient and central location in the Student Union, the LSU Olinde Career Center prepares students and alumni for successful careers.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a private research university located in Cambridge, Mass. with a focus in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields. Founded in 1861 to accelerate America’s Industrial Revolution, its 10,000 students today are contributing to MIT’s mission to serve the nation and the world through research and innovation.
Mercer University (Macon, Georgia)
Mercer University is one of America’s oldest and most distinctive institutions of higher learning, offering rigorous programs that span the undergraduate liberal arts to doctoral-level degrees. With more than 8,600 students enrolled in 12 schools and colleges on campuses in Macon, Atlanta and Savannah; three medical school sites in Macon, Savannah and Columbus; and three Regional Academic Centers around the state, Mercer is ranked among the top tier of national research universities by U.S. News & World Report. Our more than 80,000 alumni are making important contributions to their professions and communities throughout Georgia, the Southeast and the world.
Michigan State University (East Lansing, Michigan)
The nation’s pioneer land-grant university, Michigan State University (MSU) is one of the top research universities in the world. Home to nationally ranked and recognized academic, residential college and service-learning programs, MSU is a diverse community of dedicated students and scholars, athletes and artists, scientists and leaders.
Mount St. Joseph University (Cincinnati, Ohio)
A Mount St. Joseph University education is based on an interdisciplinary liberal arts and professional curricula emphasizing values, integrity and social responsibility. The highly interdisciplinary, liberal arts curriculum challenges students to think outside their major and connect diverse subject matter. A robust offering of majors, double majors and minors prepares students for a successful future.
New Jersey Institute of Technology (Newark, New Jersey)
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), is a top-ranked public research university that offers undergraduate and graduate students over 125 degree programs ranging from the STEM disciplines to architecture and design, as well as management and humanities. NJIT’s six schools and colleges include engineering, computing, science and liberal arts, management, architecture and design, and honors enroll more than 11,400 students, preparing them for the workplace and continuation to advanced degrees.
North Carolina State University (Raleigh, North Carolina)
North Carolina State University (NC State) creates prosperity for North Carolina and the nation. Beginning as a land-grant institution grounded in agriculture and engineering, NC State is a pre-eminent research enterprise that excels across disciplines. NC State is a powerhouse in science, technology, engineering and math, and boasts a student population of more than 34,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Students pursue original research, start new companies, forge connections with top employers and serve local and global communities.
Northwestern University (Evanston, Illinois)
Northwestern University is a midsize, selective private institution, currently ranked No. 11 in the nation. Situated just north of Chicago on the shores of Lake Michigan, Northwestern is home to 8,000 undergraduates, and 8,000 masters and Ph.D. students across 12 renowned schools and colleges. The Career Advancement office works across these academic disciplines and degree levels, connecting students and hiring organizations, and providing comprehensive guidance on strategies for recruitment.
Polk State College (Winter Haven, Florida)
Polk State College, established in 1964, is a multi-campus institution serving over 20,000 students. Polk State College offers a Bachelor of Applied Science, Bachelor of Science, Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees, as well as a wide range of certificate and workforce training options.
Rowan University (Glassboro, New Jersey)
Rowan University, a state university in New Jersey, will become a new model for higher education by inclusive, agile and responsive, offering diverse scholarly and creative educational experiences, pathways, environments and services to meet the needs of all students.
Rutgers University – New Brunswick (New Brunswick, New Jersey)
In addition to being one of America’s nine original colonial colleges, Rutgers University – New Brunswick is also the flagship home of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Rutgers University – New Brunswick is recognized as a leading national research institution and is made up of over 49,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students, and approximately 10,000 faculty and staff members.
The University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, Alabama)
Founded in 1831 as the state’s flagship university, The University of Alabama is ranked among the top 60 public universities in the U.S. News and World Report’s annual college rankings. The university’s total enrollment exceeds over 38,000 students, 500 of which are National Merit Scholars.
The University of Georgia (Athens, Georgia)
Ranked 13th in US News & World Report’s Top Public Schools, at the University of Georgia, we are developing leaders who will impact our state and world. If you want to hire the best talent, you’ve come to the right place. With over 37,000 students enrolled in 17 different colleges and schools, UGA offers a deep and diverse group of candidates for your recruiting needs.
University of Central Florida (Orlando, Florida)
One of the largest universities in the nation with 67,000 students, the University of Central Florida (UCF) stands for opportunity. UCF has 13 colleges and offers more than 216 degrees across its main campus, hospitality campus, health sciences campus, online and through its 12 regional campuses. Serving as a leader in fields like optics and photonics, modeling and simulation, engineering, computer science, and video game design, UCF has garnered more than $100 million annually in research grants.
University of Dayton (Dayton, Ohio)
The University of Dayton is a top-tier Catholic research university with academic offerings from the undergraduate to the doctoral levels. We are a diverse community committed, in the Marianist tradition, to educating the whole person and linking learning and scholarship with leadership and service. At the University of Dayton, we learn by doing, because doing transforms education. Whether it’s breaking ground on campus to do groundbreaking work with GE Aviation, staying ahead of the economic curve by opening an institute in China or increasing our global foothold by reducing our local footprint, we’re rolling up our sleeves and taking action to create a better tomorrow.
University of Evansville (Evansville, Indiana)
Since 1854 the University of Evansville has maintained a rich tradition of academic excellence and has four Colleges and Schools: ABET accredited College of Engineering and Computer Science, AACSB accredited Schroeder Family School of Business Administration, College of Arts and Science and the College of Education and Health Sciences. Whether studying art or engineering, history or nursing, the curriculum is based in the traditional arts and sciences, equipping students to be informed global citizens.
University of Florida – Career Connections Center (Gainesville, Florida)
Since its founding nearly 160 years ago, the University of Florida has consistently been ranked among U.S. News & World Report’s national college rankings. The Career Connections Center offers a centralized, comprehensive unit serving 52,000 University of Florida students and alumni. The office provides a diverse range of services that help connect job seekers with employers and offers students individualized career education and guidance to enrich their collegiate experience and prepare them for life after graduation.
University of North Carolina at Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina)
University of North Carolina at Charlotte (UNC Charlotte) is North Carolina’s urban research university. It leverages its location in the state’s largest city to offer internationally competitive programs of research and creative activity, exemplary undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, and a focused set of community engagement initiatives. UNC Charlotte maintains a commitment to addressing the cultural, economic, educational, environmental, health and social needs of the greater Charlotte region.
University of North Carolina Wilmington (Wilmington, North Carolina)
The University of North Carolina Wilmington, the state’s coastal university, is dedicated to the integration of teaching and mentoring with research and service. Our commitment to student engagement, creative inquiry, critical thinking, thoughtful expression and responsible citizenship is expressed in our baccalaureate and masters’ programs, as well as doctoral programs in areas of expertise that serve state needs. Our culture reflects our values of diversity and globalization, ethics and integrity, and excellence and innovation.
University of Pittsburgh (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania)
From research achievements to the quality of its academic programs, the University of Pittsburgh ranks among the best in higher education. In 2018, for the second consecutive year, The Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings named Pitt as the best public university in the Northeastern United States. Pitt rose from 15th to 12th among U.S. public universities and from 47th to 43rd internationally in the 2017 Center for World University Rankings, based on quality of education, alumni employment, quality of faculty, influence, patents, scholarly citations, broad impact and publications.
University of South Carolina – Career Center (Columbia, South Carolina)
Designated as one of only 32 public universities to earn the Carnegie Foundation’s top-tier awards in research and community engagement, the University of South Carolina has been helping students succeed throughout its 200-year history. The Career Center at the Columbia, South Carolina campus serves the Career Development needs of all students at the University of South Carolina including student-facing and employer-facing staff.
University of South Florida (Tampa, Florida)
Serving more than 50,000 students, the University of South Florida (USF) offers over 180 undergraduate majors across its 14 colleges. Regarded as a major research institution, USF was recently named as the state of Florida’s third preeminent university, alongside the University of Florida and Florida State University.
University of Tennessee (Knoxville, Tennessee)
Founded in 1794 as the first public university to be chartered west of the Appalachian Divide, the University of Tennessee offers over 360 undergraduate programs and more than 530 graduate programs of study to more than 28,000 students.
University of Virginia (Charlottesville, Virginia)
Founded by Thomas Jefferson in 1819, the University of Virginia is an iconic public institution of higher education, boasting nationally ranked schools and programs, distinguished faculty, a major academic medical center and proud history as a renowned research university. In 2019, the University was ranked as the No. 3 best public university by U.S. News and World Report and has ranked within the Top 30 national universities since the rankings program began 20 years ago.
Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tennessee)
Founded by Cornelius Vanderbilt in 1873, Vanderbilt University is an independent, privately supported university, offering undergraduate programs in liberal arts, sciences, engineering, music, education and human development, as well as numerous graduate and professional degrees.
Virginia Tech (Blacksburg, Virginia)
Ranked 43rd in university research in the United States, Virginia Tech is home to 34,440 students on and off the main campus. With nine colleges and a graduate school, Virginia Tech boasts a total of 110 bachelor’s degree programs, and 170 master’s and doctoral degree programs. The main campus includes 213 buildings, 2,600 acres, and even an airport.